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1 Personalize. Empower. Improve. Learn how to earn healthy rewards every step of the way “It pays to know your score!”

2 2 © 2010 Medica2 Why should I become an Activated Consumer?  Individuals are more likely to make good decisions and take more action to promote their own health if they: – Are more engaged – Are more informed – Feel confident that they can take care of themselves 1  Individuals with a chronic disease who have the skill and confidence to manage their health are better able to function and experience fewer health crises and functional declines. 2 Source: 1 Von Korf et al 1998; Von Korf et al 1997; Lorig 1996; Lorig and Sobel Lorig 1999

3 3 Make the call into the Health coaching program if identified or self-enroll and complete the program Complete 8 health topics and set 8 goals Complete all of the health actions on your personalized scorecard Schedule your preventive cancer screening exam(s) if identified on your scorecard Personal Health Profile Biometric screening test Complete the following Health Actions to earn a green check mark if listed My Personalized Scorecard Health Actions $75 gift card $40 gift card Reward from employer Looking for early-stage disease can make treatment, if needed, more effective $20 gift card Learn about potential health risks And you will be rewarded

4 4 © 2011 Medica4 It’s easy to get started  Log onto mymedica.com  Select the Health & Wellness tab

5 5 © 2011 Medica5 Get Familiar With Your Personal Scorecard  Provides quick view of the health actions that have been, or need to be, completed and when  Certain health actions are age, gender and/or condition specific Note: Depending on the health action, it may take a few days or up to several weeks for an item to show as completed on your scorecard. Health Action Complete Health Action Not Complete

6 6 © 2011 Medica6 Easy-to-understand Descriptions Available for Each Health Action Provides the What?, Why? and How? Frequently asked questions and answers are easily accessible

7 7 Health Action Step One Complete Worksite Biometric Screening Each participant completing the worksite biometric screening will receive a risk level report and a counseling session identifying the following health numbers: (Based on fasting) Height Weight BMI Blood Pressure LDL or “bad” Cholesterol HDL or “good” Cholesterol Total Cholesterol Triglycerides Glucose

8 8 8 Health Action Notification Form When to submit this form:  You have completed a health action, but Medica is not aware  You are seeking exemption from completing a health action for medical reasons  You and your doctor have established a care plan that is different than what appears on your scorecard Personalized Scorecard

9 9 Health Action Step Two Complete Personal Health Profile

10 10 © 2010 Medica10 View your Personal Health Profile Report Click Here

11 11 © 2010 Medica11 Look at this report to:  Congratulate yourself for your areas of success.  Identify opportunities for improvement.  Understand that your choices make a difference! Look at this report to:  Congratulate yourself for your areas of success.  Identify opportunities for improvement.  Understand that your choices make a difference! Personal Health Profile Report

12 12 Health Action Step Three Schedule your preventive exam if identified on your scorecard

13 13 © 2010 Medica Cancer Preventive Screening Guidelines Source: US Preventive Task Force & Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement (ICSI) Breast Cancer Screening  Mammogram: Women 50 years of age and older should have this screening at least once every two years Cervical Cancer Screening  Women (Ages 21 – 29) should have the screening at least once every two years  Women (Age 30 and older) should have the screening at least once every three years

14 14 © 2010 Medica Cancer Preventive Screening Guidelines Colorectal Cancer Screening Men and women age 50 and older should have this screening with the following options:  Colonoscopy: once every 10 years  Flexible sigmoidoscopy: once every 5 years  Fecal occult blood test: once every year

15 15 © 2010 Medica Cancer Preventive Screening Guidelines Prostate Cancer Screening Men age 50 and older will have this screening show on their scorecard, however; it will be informational only and is not required to complete the scorecard.

16 16 © 2010 Medica Disease-Based Health Information Guidelines Specific Member Informational Health Action Guidelines will be prompted based on the following health conditions:  Pre-diabetes  Diabetes  Asthma  Secondary prevention of coronary artery disease  Elevated risk for cardiovascular disease

17 17 A Health Coach provides guidance and motivation to help you: Set your health goals Create an action plan Communicate with your doctors Your goals at your pace. The choice is yours. A checkmark will appear on scorecard within 48 hours of online completion Health Action Step Four Make the call to participate in the Health Coaching if identified on your scorecard or you have opt in

18 18 Used with permission from the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota and the Life Science Foundation.  How do I start or stay motivated in making lifestyle changes?  My doctor suggested I make changes, but how?  What can I do to learn more about managing my chronic health condition?  Looking for ways to reduce stress?  Need to lose weight or increase activity level? Health & Wellness Coaching Call Coaches are available Monday-Friday, 7 am – 8 pm & Saturday 9 am – 5 pm It’s simple to get started!

19 19 Health Action Step Five Complete 8 health topics and set 8 goals

20 20 © 2010 Medica20 Easy to navigate home page provides quick access to areas of the site

21 21 © 2010 Medica21 Recommended for you based on your areas of interest and your identified health needs. Health Topics

22 22 © 2010 Medica22 Your steps to set a personalized goal

23 23 © 2010 Medica23 Setting a goal is an important step in making healthier choices! Tips for setting a goal Make it simple and realistic Feel good about it Identify how often you can be successful in doing the activity Think of barriers that might get in your way of accomplishing goals (Example: time, motivation, family, commitments) Develop strategies to overcome barriers These are personalized goals to help you make healthier choices. There are no right or wrong goals!

24 24 © 2010 Medica24 Health & Wellness Center Set goals and make journal entries

25 25 Contact Us These requests are managed by our Health and Wellness Team. Phone: , option 3 Members can questions by using the “Contact Us” tab at the top of the page.

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